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Severe Coronavirus & Poor Air Quality Could be Linked
By Ran Korber on March 19, 2020

The Coronavirus, now referred to as COVID-19, has been declared an official pandemic. At the time of writing, the virus has spread to 176 countries ...

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How Top Skincare Brands Tackle Air Pollution & Win Customers
By Yishai Lurie on January 26, 2020

The effect of air pollution on our overall health has been studied for a long time. By now, there is plenty of evidence-based research to suggest...

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Medical Company Uses Pollution Data to Help Asthma Sufferers
By Daniel Elkabetz on September 11, 2017

The average person takes 23,000 breaths every day. For an asthma sufferer, that can add up to a lot of pain when every breath comes with tightness in...

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Dermalogica Hits #1 on Google & Charms the Press with Pollution Data
By Yishai Lurie on September 5, 2017

The skincare brand Dermalogica teamed up with BreezoMeter, using our pollution data to launch a new website

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Interesting Facts about Air Pollutants & Skin
By Ran Korber on May 25, 2017

There’s a new mantra in the scientific community . . . one that has forced many brands to sit up and take notice: Skin integrity is compromised by...

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A Warm Welcome to Pollen: the Newest Addition to our API
By Ran Korber on March 23, 2017

This year, we have another good reason to be excited about the pollen season.Here is a quick overview on pollen, to give you the full brief on this...

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How Pharma & Healthcare Brands Can Use Air Quality Data
By Tamir Kessel on January 23, 2017

When it comes to health, it’s hard to overstate the importance of clean air. Air pollution is one of the biggest health emergencies of our time: it...

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London Air Pollution: Above Annual Air Quality Limit in 5 days
By Ziv Lautman on January 13, 2017

Londoners are no stranger to poor air quality, but this year, the city seems to have finally outdone itself. On January 5th, just five days into...

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